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states. hispanic children are at the highest level of poverty in the history of the united states. i think the challenge is not how to bring them over to immigration reform or dialogue. just to make sure the latino community knows these facts and understands the failure of president obama. >> i agree with you there is a lot of ammunition. these comments about self deportation have indicated to some in the community he does not have respect for them. go to south texas and talk to latino ranch and farm owners and small businesses and members of the hispanic community. they are hard asses because they are the first to feel the adverse affect. cartels are shooting at them. are competing for jobs. there are a lot of reasons why they are hard asses but they do want to know the presidential candidate has respect for the community and in recognition this is not all a mexican problem. half the people here illegally came from hong kong the, nigeria on a visa and overstating it. the fact that all the people from central america are unworthy is a real problem. >> thank you. >> we will get behind
distrust and resentment of the united states can be traced to the mexican war. the mexican war also hastened the civil war. it might not have been fought if the mexican war had not opened the volatile slavery debate. now, the mexican war's often confused with the texan war for independence from mexico ten years earlier in 1836. the texas revolution is known for the battles of the alamo and san ha sin toe -- ha seen toe and the exploits of sam houston and davy crockett. the mexican war is known as polk's war. the 11th president, james k. polk, supervised it from its beginning in may 1846 to the treaty signing 21 months later. the peace treaty transferred 530,000 square miles from mexico to the united states, incredible territory. from mexico we obtained the future states of california, new mexico, arizona, nevada, utah and parts of colorado and wyoming. literally 42% of mexico's territory at that time. the major battles were fought at palo alto, monterey and buena vista, the gates of mexico city. always outnumbered, the americans won every major battle. sometimes, as in buena vista,
on religious freedom in the united states has unfolded these past several months he's made himself a worthy success yoor to two predecessor bishops in the first catholic diseize in our country. and cardinal james gibbons, whose 1887 roman sermon as mentioned during the conference extolling the american arrangement on church and state helped pave the way toward the second vatican council's landmark declaration on religious freedom. archbishop lory, a native of louisville, kentucky, 150e6d his seminary education in kentucky and mount st. marys in maryland and completed a doctorate in theology at the catholic university of america. after years of service in he became the fourth beneficiary off in bridge fort in 2001 and as he noted last week at the cathedral of mary our queen his education and what it means to be a bishop was enhanced by an encounter with a third grader in greenwich, connecticut, who when asked what bishops do during one of bishop lory's visits to our school shot her arm up, was recognized and brightly replied bishops move diagonally and protect the king. one need not be annen
for the absolute, full, and complete end of slavery. you know, every slave in the united states immediately. and the people who are very active in this movement are often devout protestants, blacks and whites, men and women, people from all parts of the united states. but we must always remember that this is a small number of people. this was never a mainstream movement. this was never a mass movement. and students from our perspective today -- you know, when we look back at this, we would say, well, of course slavery should end. of course slavery should be abolished. you know, all thinking adults today would agree on that. and slavery is illegal everywhere now. the last country to abolish slavery was actually saudi arab arabia, which abolished slavery in 1962. 1962, not 1862. so it's been a long, hard struggle. but slavery is illegal now everywhere. but to say these things in the 1830s and '40s and '50s took a lot of courage. this took a lot of guts. this is not mainstream opinion. this is going against mainstream opinion. these people are at the cutting edge of reform. these people are in
legalizing drugs would have a very positive effect on the murder rate in the united states. guest: i believe that. if we look at border violence with mexico, 40,000 deaths south of the border over the last four years. this is a prohibition phenomenon. these are disputes being played out with guns rather than the courts. legalized marijuana, arguably 75% of the border violence goes away as a result of legalizing marijuana. that being the estimate of the drug cartel's activities involved in the marijuana trade. host: the next call comes from michigan, outside detroit. jamie, you are on. caller: i was calling because i have a problem with the child protective services right now. i am wondering why in michigan the target of lower income families. they are targeting the lower income families and there is not any fairness in the court system. guest: i do not have the answer in this particular -- if the state is utilizing discretion in how the funds are being distributed. i get back to the model i think we're going to have to have to fix medicaid and medicare. virtually all existing federal program
, from all over the united states. not just from states with big slave populations, which is what we might expect, but even in free states. in states where slavery had been abolished during a revolution or soon after the revolution there was still a lot of criticism. and we must remember that the past is different from the present. we must remember that the whole spectrum of political opinion is completely different from what it is today. many of the presidents are themselves slave owners. and the president of the united states in the 1830s was a very wealthy slave owner, andrew jackson. we talked about that in an earlier lecture. and jackson denounced abolitionists. he said they were dangerous, they were incendiaries, they were trying to harm the united states, they were trying to harm american society. so this is something that is a hard fight for abolitionists in this generation. and the 19th century has been called by historians the century of emancipation because this fight takes place in many different societies. and it's a hard fight everywhere. and everywhere slave owners fig
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after nato troops leave in 2014. >> the afghan people will understand that the united states will stand by them. >> the agreement says there will be no u.s. permanent basis and the united states will continue to train afghan troops and target al-qaeda. it promises the united states won't abandon afghanistan leaving it vulnerable to taliban resurgence. >> the president is preparing remarks for an address to the american people, where we'll be carry k live in a half an hour. >> okay, so what are the political implications of the president's trip and this big announcement we'll see in 30 minutes? i am joined by former connecticut congressman and steven, he is the senior research physical low at the heritage foundation. everything is always considered political, but how political is this trip? i'll start with you. >> i don't think it's political. it's the guy leading the country. leader of the free world, leading the country and keeping this campaign promises. he said he would get us out of afghanistan and iraq. he's doing it. you say he's not doing it fast enough because republicans an
momentum the president of the united states throws his support behind same- sex marriage. >>> as maryland pushes to keep it out of the state. what this could mean for voters come november. >>> hello everybody i'm denise koch. >> and i'm vic carter, here's what people are talking about tonight. >> president obama takes a stern stand on same-sex marriage. maryland has a petition to put the marriage equality law on the ballot. >> reporter: after years of saying his stance on same-sex marriage was evolving, president obama becomes the first president in history to come out for same-sex marriage. >> it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> reporter: it comes days after north carolina votes to make marriage between a man and a woman. those against it tell wjz they are now close enough to getting the signatures they need to put the issue on the november ballot. >> for the thousands of voting citizens that are writing their names on these petitions we don't plan on losing. >> reporter: mccoy with the marriage alliance dismisses a new
>>> good evening. chen gawng is in the united states. drew levinson has details of the sudden and unexpected trip from china to the u.s. >>> crowds cheered as chen arrived. with the help of a translator, he thanked the american government and others for their efforts to bring him for the united states. >> i believe that no matter how difficult the environment, nothing is impossible as long as you put your heart to it. >> reporter: saturday the chinese activist got a phone call telling him to pack his bags. within a few hours, he left a beijing hospital and boarded a flight to the united states with his wife and two children. his flight landed here just outside new york sti. the trip ended a diplomatic tug of war that lasted nearly a month. the blind act virs was an outspoken critic of china's forced abortion policy. he escaped house arrest last month and sought refugee in beijing. the u.s. struck a deal for him to get treatment at a local hospital and be reunited with his family. once there he asked to leave china and secretary of state hillary clinton restarted negotiations a
trying to stop debt repayments in the united states and europe to try to get our economies going. but that was the moment of kickoff. that increased aid. chinese investment. and really critically mobile connectivity. when africans began to be able to connect with each other, you saw the difference in north africa, politically the difference it made. but the difference in terms of business, farmers out in the boondocks being able to talk to the markets and realize they're growing too much wheat, that they need to grow a different crop, the difference this has made is profound. so over the last six years, you've had takeoff. >> you have made observations there in ethiopia, along the somalian border as well. what have you seen? >> yeah. well, we were at just about a mile from the somalian border where the refugees are coming in from the conflict. and there was no famine. they haven't had rain in the north of here for about three years. but there wasn't a famine in ethiopia or kenya, unlike 20 years ago, because those states have grown. they're growing about 8% per an um per gdp. the
center may not become the tallest building in the united states. why the developer says there could be a change of plans. >>> the race for the triple crown continues at the preakness. i'll have another is on the track today. >>> happy mother's day to all you moms out there. this is lynette with her mom. you guys look like sisters. >> i love that lady. happy mother's day, mommy. we'll talk about weekend details coming up >>> in today's tech bytes, microsoft is getting a new look. they are anyone elsing to challenge google by emphasizing social media like facebook and twitter. video game sales were off 42% last month compared to a year ago because fewer new games were released. and there are many android phone choices but the htc series is called the best on the market currently. >> the quality is just really great, really bright colors. second thing is the camera. really good, 8 megapixel camera. >> those are your tech bytes. wow. this is new. yep. i'm sending the dancing chicken to every store in the franchise to get the word out. that could work. or you could use every door direct
karzai is here in the united states and is said to be launching a charm offensive. he is best known for periodic jabs and his nato allies, but he is embarking on a charm offensive as he faces the prospect of fleeing troops and possibly dollars -- let's listen to what president karzai had to say in chicago. [video clip] >> afghanistan reaffirms its commitment to the transition process and to the completion of it in 2013. and the withdrawal of our partners in 2014, so that afghanistan is no longer a burden on the shoulder of friends in the international community or the shoulders of the united states and our other allies. afghanistan, as you actually put it, mr. president, " looks forward to an end to this war and a transformational decade in which afghanistan will be working further for institution building and the development of sounder government in the country. host: that was the afghan president for the nato summit in chicago yesterday. we are getting some tweets and you can join that conversation. joseph writes -- --e's the baltimore sun and we see some images in the newspapers
next door. it is now my privilege to introduce the vice president of the united states, joe biden. [cheers and applause] >> gloria, thank you very much. thank you all very much. [applause] thank you. thank you very much. gloria, thank you. -- jenny marino is here where are you? there you are. jenny and i and her family go back a long way. thank you for all you do. isd i understand gabby's mom here. well, she will be here tonight. speaking of a remarkable woman. look, folks, i want to begin by just thinking you. it is engine when honor, a genuine honor to be about to be here with you. -- it is ag when honor to be here with you. thank you for those kind comments. you all are out there every single solitary day. every day, you are helping literally thousands upon thousands of women and girls who are struggling, in many cases just to feed themselves and their families, just to take care of their children, just to get a little bit of shelter, emotional as well as a physical shelter. in a lot of cases, you're helping these girls and women escaped the violence and making sure that they d
was in the united states marine corps. host: where did you serve? caller: i serve for 1963-1967, two years i was in vietnam. i was a grunt. that first caller was totally outrageous. i believe that panetta is doing the right thing because there is something called the uniform code of military justice. we are all prepped about what lines we can and cannot cross when we are involved in a war. there are some incidences that do occur. in this day and age because of the internet, people have easy access to some of these things. when i was in vietnam, we burned down some hootches, way through somebody's on top of them and put lime on top of them but we were in the war. host: when you were in vietnam, were you briefed by your commanding officers or the nco's in your unit about what was and was not acceptable behavior? caller: i was a noncommissioned officer. i was a sergeant. yes, we were briefed by the upper echelon captain and majors and tank commanders. host: more from the article in "the baltimore sun." back to the telephones. florida, william, also retired, go ahead. caller: sometimes you can
that without our courts we simply could not sustain the rule of law in the united states. indeed, open and accessible courts are the cornerstone of a free and democratic society. the framers of our constitution recognized the framers of the courts when they made the judiciaries one of three coequal branches of our federal government. our courts are where we go to have our rights protected, our disputes resolved. our courts, however, need adequate funding to ensure that americans have access to justice. without the access to justice, the fundamental freedoms that we all enjoy and treasurer are profoundly threatened. unfortunately, there has been a troubling trend in our state courts as a result of declining budgets and increasing workload. many of our state courts are seriously underfunded. this is especially disturbing because state judiciary's handle over 95% of all cases processed in this country. courts simply must be open, available, and properly funded and supported. courts are the very guardians of our fundamental freedoms. we must all do our part to sustain them so that they can
believed that if i wanted to be president of the united states, i could be. if my brother and sister wanted to be a millionaire, they could be a millionaire. my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy dreams. [ applause ] they don't get us! they don't get who we are. >> bill: don't let mitt romney say i can speak for the american middle class. don't let ann romney pretend to do that either. al is calling up from wells, maine. hello, al, good morning. >> caller: good morning, bill. >> bill: yes sir. >> caller: first-time caller. i've been enjoying your show since you've been on current. >> bill: yea. good for you. >> caller: i never heard you on the radio. >> bill: there you go. we've got current on top of the radio. it is all good. >> caller: anyways, i was just saying that you know my thoughts are anyways that when biden was talking yesterday really, kind of reminded me of my father, you know what i mean. my father was a world war ii vet. his kids were going to do better than he did and you know, i me
of the united states. he is the one that raises the issue. of course it's fair to talk about bain capital. it's important to talk about bain capital because it's important to point out, as the president does, that bain capital was not about creating job. it was about creating wealth profits for his investors and he did a good job at that. while doing that, he was destroying jobs, shutting down plants. the record is clear. he was exporting jobs. he was killing jobs. he was killing pensions. he is a job-killer not a job creator. and corey booker says it's not fair to talk about that? he is dead wrong. you know, corey booker a rising star, but, man, he is not ready for prime time. you know, it's just -- it just drives me crazy, these democrats who feel they want everybody to like them and they have to appeal to both sides. oh, this is nauseating. no, it's not. it's politics, dude. it's hardball. >> that's for corey booker. now then, marco rubio. he wants to be vice president so bad. i mean he's already been to iowa. he gave a speech here on foreign policy.
into the united states. you walk into that vitamin store, nutrition store, you think everything in there has been tested? no. virtually nothing has been tested. do you still have a right to buy it? yes, and i will fight to defend your right to buy t but i also think we have a responsibility, too. if people get sick and die because of a dietary supplement, we ought to do something about it. it starts with registration, simple registration. so the food and drug administration knows what's out there. a few years ago there was a picture from the baltimore -- there was a pitcher from the baltimore orioles who in an effort to lose a few pounds took a dietary supplement that included a compound called ephedra, a stimulant. he died as a result of that compound that he took. we ended up basically banning ephedra from dietary supplements as a result of it. i think it is important for the food and drug administration to have a list of the dietary supplements, the ingredients in when they're selling and a copy of the label. and some future ephedra, some future compound that we find that can be dangerous can
parts. >> the united states engages in a number of operations to go after al qaeda and their militant allies. >> reporter: the plot was timed on the anniversary of osama bin laden's death. members of congress say while they concerned about new threats, they're confident in the u.s.'s ability to stop them. >> american intelligence was very much involved. there were many layers of defense here and it worked. >> they have to be right once. >> to be right every time. >> reporter: letters from osama bin laden's compound detailed his desire to attack the u.s. on a 9/11 anniversary. terror experts say yemen has e merged as a hot bed of al qaeda activity. >> al qaeda is home to the world's most dangerous bomb maker. >> reporter: frank has the homeland security policy institute at george washington university. that bomb maker remains at large and salufo said he's a serious threat. >> i think it's highly likely if he didn't have a direct hand, he's been training the next generation of bomb makers. >> reporter: for its part, the tsa has not announced new security measures in response to that foi
? >> absolutely. we'll not only be one of the number one taxpayers in the maryland and the united states. >> opening night for maryland live next wednesday. the doors open at 10:00. >>> 6:06. jessica doyle is watching your money and your blackberry. >> indeed. not looking so good for research in motion. >> that's right. what's going on here is remember when you had to have a blackberry and now you have an iphone or an android phone? that's the problem for blackberry maker research in motion. the company struggling for a while and it's now warning it will have an operating loss in its current march through june quarter. it also says there will be significant layoffs this year. experts are saying the move could be laying the groundwork for radically reshaping or selling off the company. >>> sprint nextel combined forces in an ill-fated merger back in 2005. now it's saying the company will shut down the nextel network as early as june 30 of next year. for a while now sprint has talked about its intentions to wind down nextel, but this is the first time it's offered up an end date. one of th
, this is a time, when if you're going to be president of the united states, you have to take a leadership role and there is a risk in taking a position, but that is all part of leadership. >>host: that was from the jon huntsman campaign during the republican primary. he has since endorsed the mitt romney campaign. caller: thank you for allowing me to voice my point of view. i am addressing the issue whether obama is flip-floping more evolving. i think it is only natural that we call it devolution. -- call it the evolution. he changede said that yo his pointed you because of his daughters. the fact that he can learn from his children is a sign that he does not see himself as the paragon of all that is right and all that is wrong. he is willing to learn from younger people, which is only a tribute to the fact that he is willing to learn. all of our politicians who have the point of view that they have complete knowledge of what is right, ethically or morally, or what is wrong. host: thank you for the call. you can join the conversation on our facebook page. our question of flip-floping verses de
: without objection. ms. mikulski: mr. president, i am so proud to be here on the floor of the united states senate to support the nomination of judge george levi russel. he is nominated for the united states district court and he has the enthusiastic support of senator cardin and myself. senator cardin will speak right after myself. i want to thank senators leahy and grassley for moving this nomination and the cooperation of senator reid and mcconnell. mr. president, when i take my advice and consent responsibilities very seriously. when i nominate someone for the federal bench, i have four criteria: absolute personal integrity, judicial competence and temperament, a commitment to core constitutional principles, and a history of civic engagement in maryland. i say these standards because i mean it. and i must say that judge russell, because he currently is on the circuit court of baltimore city, brings the right values to the bench. he has the necessary experience. he has seen the legal system from all perspectives and brings a top-notch background. he is nominated to fill the seat of judge
of the united states, president mitt romney. [applause] i am honored to be able to be here to introduce not only governor bob mcdonnell, the dow average was governor of virginia, but also -- the fabulous governor of virginia, but also to lend my endorsement to mitt romney and/or president to take the country back. >> thank you. >> i think, for all of america, this is a very simple proposition. president barack obama, president mitt romney. you decide. very easy. [applause] barack obama, in 2008, decided he was going to be the one to turn the economy around and create jobs and prosperity in the u.s. he made a remarkable statement, if you remember. he said, if i do not deliver and turn the economy around in 3.5 years, i think we are looking at a one term proposition. i think we are looking at a one term proposition. [applause] because, this is not personal. this is about having a performance review after 3.5 years. when you look at 38 plus months of unemployment above 8%, and a doubling of american energy prices at the pump, when you look at debt accumulation in excess of five trillion dollars und
intelligence agencies and say that they stopped this bomb before it ever made it to the united states. the designer is believed to be top al qaeda explosives expert ibrahim al-asiri. the underwear bomb contained no metal so chances are it could have passed through most security checks. the bomb was found in yemen before the attackers could even buy a plane ticket. >> this is a very clever guy, very good at making bombs. he's probably al qaeda's number one threat to the united states directly. >> i can assure you that the tsa and airport security generally is going to be looking very, very carefully at this to see what steps if any we have to take to upgrade our defenses against this type of attack. >> this country has to continue to remain vigilant against those that would seek to attack this country. >> reporter: you may remember those printer cartridge bombs that were found on u.s. cargo ships back in 2010. well, officials say al-asiri is the man behind those bombs as well. coming up at 5:30, our continued efforts to stop these kind of attacks and they're getting more sophisticated
united states. if greece were to pull out, i think the probability is very high that that would have very serious contagion effects across the eurozone and that that in turn could have a serious impact in the united states and around the world. >> and there's a serious concern today and more people are taking it seriously. >> the problem, charlie, greece has been a problem since the againing. instead of addressing it from the beginning which they should have done, it's gotten worse and worse and worse and now they're finding it difficult to finding a solution. i still think the possibility of greece leaving the eurozone is probably less than 50/50, but even if it stays within the eurozone eurozone, the problems are enormous and that too could create contagion and bank runs ss in spain and elsewhere. if that happens it has the possibility if not for certainty serious impacts here. >> let's talk about your piece today in the journal. you talk about this being the best political environmental for real fiscal action in a lodge time. do you really see something concr
. >> so has there been any official reaction from the united states at this point? >> well, not yet. i mean, some of those demands, as we've been talking about, he's asking for the u.s. to release all prisoners from the taliban and al qaeda. also asking for all drone strikes to stop in afghanistan, pakistan, somalia, and yemen. and going as far as to ease the border between gaza and egypt. so it's not just about al qaeda and taliban, but improving the life of all muslims. but the u.s. says we don't negotiate with terrorists. we are aware of the video. very concerned about his well being and safety. fbi working with the pakistanis but no negotiations with terrorism. if you think back to when the journalist from the "wall street journal" was kidnapped, then secretary of state colin powell said there will be no demands met. we don't negotiate with terrorists. i think the u.s. will stick to that policy. everybody trying to do what they can to locate mr. weinstein, but there won't be any talking with al qaeda about his release. >> let's take a listen to his pleas. >> it's important that you
in order to stay in the united states if they have been the victims of domestic violence. that will be the issue there. and again expected the house to spend much of the week on a six of $42 billion defense program bill. that was -- six of $42 billion. -- $642 billion defense program bell. host: will they finish that this week or will it -- or will that lead to the next couple of weeks? guest: it looks like there will be coming back to tuesday and working till friday. they should be able to get the defense authorization bill done. the rules committee usually restricts the number of amendments that can be offered to that bill. unlike last week with that signs of preparation bill, there is a tighter cap on the number of amendments that may be offered. host: niels lesniewski, thank you for joining us with that update on what is going on with the hill this week. we showed you a clip of jamie dimon from jpmorgan on the sunday shows yesterday. want to take to some of the critics of the banking industry. barney frank appeared to discuss the $2 billion error. [video clip] >> the
here in the united states of america. [applause] that is the choice in this election. host: next call, cleveland, a teacher on the line. welcome to the program, chey. caller: thank you for c-span. i was able to see the romney speech right here on c-span yesterday. this is my first time calling. thank you for c-span overall. my comment, actually, speaks to the fact that if you look at the quotes from chris christie and the other republican governors, what you will notice is a lot of the praise is focused on time when arne duncan, obama's education secretary actually broke with the teachers' unions on issues like meritocracy, things along those lines and teacher accountability. so what you'll get, based on at least what candidate romney has laid out, what we would expect is that we would see more of what those republican governors for for and less dependence on teachers' unions. one of the things that came out in the speech is that 90% of teachers union dollars actually go to democrats. and that they raise more than both political parties combined. the nationals teach teachers un. altho
for the united states. we do not need to lose any more american lives. not for this type of situation. my god. it is so terrible. these young people come back from the wars today in the middle east. their wounds are so horrific. lots of limbs and everything. it is not worth it to the united states. we have too much we need to do to get back on our feet again. host: here is how mitt romney responded to what is happening in syria and expulsion of syrian timmer -- syrian diplomats around the world. this is from his website. kansas city, missouri, al on our independent line. caller: good morning. it is a shame on the international community not to get involved. shame on them that they are standing on the sidelines and watching tens of thousands of kids being massacred. this regime is the most ruthless regime in the middle east. they are criminals and need to be taken away. they do not have to have boots on the ground. all the have to do is just take out the most important forces. that would solve the problem. host: what do you think about arming the rebels and bring in weapons? t think that is a
. >> romney has said -- previously said he believes president obama was born in the united states but has not directly addressed trump's latest comments. >> stay with wjz for complete coverage of campaign 2012. we will continue to bring you the latest on air and on line at wjz.com. >>> the state of maryland is getting a waiver from the no child left behind act, the law that requires all students be proficient in reading and math. the obama administration is granting waivers to 14 states with promises to improve. waiver or not, baltimore county schools are being recognized for axeling. dr. joe says the recognition reflects a high level of student achievement. >>> we have a school advisory. al eks xand der -- alexander hamilton is closing immediately because it has a power failure. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news at noon, the violence in syria, more international fall out after dozens of civilians are executed. >> the search from life, the latest from italy after a second earthquake. >> another live look outside as we wait for some sunshine. your complete first warning weather fore
struck down as unconstitutional by a united states appeals court. the defense of marriage act defines marriage as union between a man and woman. at issue whether the government can deny tax, health and pensions to same sex couples in states where they can legally marry. the court said the law discriminates against same sex couples, the court noted it may be up to the supreme court to make the final ruling. >> coming up, we will have more on the disturbing new details a missing person's case that's turned in to a murder investigation. it's now national news. we are live in edgewood. >>> and students in and out of state attending a school at the university of maryland are not going to be happy. the details on a new round of tuition hikes just approved by the board. those and more coming up all new for you tonight at six. . >>> some big companies are doing their part to put americans back to work. allison tells you about a handle of companies that are be log to fill thousands of open positions. >> reporter: ten companies, 26 how positions and one big sign that the labor market is gainin
and bombs to set fires off in the united states. according to forest fire experts the details disturbing, giving the extreme dry conditions in much of the country now. >> it opportunities seem all that far fetched. the wildfire moves quite quickly. >> now the magazine also quote that -- claim that the financial instructions came from the american born al-qaeda leader who was killed in a united states strike lasts. the magazine urges followers to get guns and carry out assassinations. >> just a few passing clouds earlier today and then the sun comes out. warms it up. we still have a stalled frontal boundary but it's washing out, becoming more diffused and letting temperatures warm up. here are the latest numbers at the top 5:00 hour. most spots today across the state at least in to the 70's. close to the west, frederick to hagerstown. this evening a slow fall through the evening. various temperatures depending where you are, further east could be cooler but toward the west a lot warmer. more coming up in just a few. >> in february we told you about lags of discipline for doctors that
of the united states can watch a rare type of solar eclipse, this happening on sunday. a ring of fire will radiate from behind the moon as it passes in front of the sun. the ring will be bright, you will need solar safe telescopes or projection methods to watch it. >>> here is how wall street will kick off the dow opens at 12,598 after falling 33 points yesterday. s&p down 5 points, nasdaq lost 19. overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei added 75 points, in hong kong the hang seng dipped 58. >>> fears greece will exit the eurozone have investors on edge. a greek judge was sworn in to oversee the interim government yesterday until new elections are held on june 17th. making matters worst the ur poon yae central bank stopped funding banks as customers drain the euros. investors fled to the safety of the dollar. >>> gold recovered 1% after falling to the lowest level since december yesterday. the new york times reports jp morgan chase has racked up another billion dollars in losses, stemming from the multi-billion dollar trading blunder as shareholders have begun suing the ban
in new york thanked the government for bringing him to the united states, the blind activist was an outspoken critic of the forced abortion policy. he will study law at new york university. >>> the naacp voted to endorse same sex marriage. the group publicly agrees with president obama. they signed in maryland a law to putting it on the on blot. >>> a business venture designed to help students in two cribbian nations, the creators are linking the power of technology and english classes to change lives. >> reporter: lindsay jay sobs' laptop is linked to the students, he teaches english or spanish speakers and the students are thousands of miles away in haiti and the dominican republic. last year, he teamed up with a close friend to create this. the dominican republic has jobs in tourism, but only for english speakers. paul is from haiti. he says after the 2010 earthquake devastated his country, rebuilding is show. many people there go to the dominican remember. i friend net teaches customer service and english speaking jobs. >> sometimes i dream of a new job. >> they started t
to united states property on on the peninsula. they will work to ensure steel making continues there. >> i can't show you the book but i will read for you. he took my hand -- i can't finish that one. he -- can't say that -- he leaned down -- can't -- you know you can't read any of this. the sticker -- a book in the library you won't find it. the times best seller should be called 52 shades of red as it's just to hot to handle. this is not a book ban now. it's still available through digital down loads but you will have to wait weeks to get it and the library didn't buy paper copies. >> it's porn. i wouldn't want my 15-year-old reading it. >> it's a public and i think it's important for us to be able to enforce our rights that people to write what they want and people to read what they want. >> nobody wanted to show their face. another reader said she should be able to read what she wants and get it from the library. the only thing hotter is our facebook page. what do you think about the library's decision not to carry paper copies of 50 shades of gray? join in the conversation. >> jame
with the united states to release a maryland man in prison for spying. >> the big demand the cuban government is making in exchange. >>> hello, everyone. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> the world's most influential leaders appealed to the cuban government to release gross. he could be allowed to come home to his family in maryland, but there is a catch. we're live and we have a new message from cuban leaders tonight. >> reporter: wjz has been following this story for more than two years. now a cuban official is asking the u.s. to come to the table. for two and a half years, international aid worker allen gross sits in a cuban prison cell. the baltimore native is accused of being a spy, sentenced to 15 years behind bars for smuggling illegal communications equipment into cuba. now a cuban official indicates the country may be willing to release him. >> we are ready to sit down to talk and to have a negotiation on this mather. >> reporter: gross maintains he came to cuba as an aid worker to bring technology to the cuban, jewish community. they insist he was working for the u
into the united states was a different story. >> i looked up, because i am on the passenger side. i see officers running out and pulling their weapons. >> i said yes, they are coming after me. >> i look, and they are surrounding our car. >> while immigration check them out, they were detained for 2.5 hours at the border. cautious about taking any more trips outside the country, but wanting to, they planned a trip to the bahamas last year to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. this time, they got a letter from the state department saying that it's passport was valid. again, that had no problem getting into the bahamas, and they had a lovely time, but coming back home, they were detained at the border for three hours, even with the letter. >> you are not sure what to do, because people are coming and going and looking at you. >> they were finally allowed to leave and fly home. david made another attempt to clear his name with the secret service. they say he is an associate with the counterfeiting court 3 ring. >> i would just like to know how it came to be that my name was associated with th
it establishes the united states is a country that can use it intelligence in a very affective fashion. >> greenberg feels the commitment the united states made will help deter terrorist groups throughout the middle east. >> as the president discusses policy in afghanistan, those who lost loved ones thought about the human cost, and a local family turned their attention to assisting who wounded veterans. good >> the president's trip to afghanistan to mark the anniversary of osama bin laden cost debt is drawing attention in the region, of but family members say they think about the fight every day who, and loved ones are channeling that focus in to aid for wounded deathvets. >> he listed two days before the army deemed him too old. he said he was motivated by 9- 11. is what primarily motivated chris to join the military before his 47th birthday. >> he outperformed soldiers half his age, even setting a record for during 128 pushups in under a minute. >> he was a very physically fit guy and believed a healthy person starts with a healthy being, and ordered to have the ability to be health
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, maturnity leave and infant mortality. the united states is 25 on the list. best country for moms, norway. the worst nigeria. but the reason the united states came in at 25 is because the country performs below average overall and poorly on the risk of things like dying from child birth, mortality rate of children and maturnity leave policies. >>> time for a check of the forecast. lynette is back in. and you say that it might not make us happy today weather wise, but on down the week we may be happier. >> exactly. looks like mother's day could be a good one. we need the rain so we will grin and bear it as we go through tomorrow. and later this evening. right now, though, temperature wise we are mild. 60 in baltimore. 56 in new york and look at those upper 60s and 70 in memphis. that's the warmer air that's going to be moving our way as we go through the rest of the afternoon. now the wind are going to play a factor in that because these winds are out of the south today. that is that southerly flow that's a warming flow. and it is helping to warm us up. 5 to 15 miles an hour is what we are
away from allegations president obama was not born in the united states. >> i think the united states are pretty fed up. >> last year president obama released his long form birth certificate showing he was born in hawaii and this week they went after romney with a new ad critical of what they say is romney's all to stand up to trump and other gop elements. republicans say they are still focused on the central issues of this campaign, the economy and jobs. >> governor romney is not distracted. the republican party is not distracted. we believe that this is an american-born job killing president. >> that focused on jobs is evident in a new ad from the romney camp attacking the president for his support for renewable energy companies that later laid off workers. >> support is growing for speeding -- billboards to be placed on fire trucks. the city council held a hearing tuesday for two resolutions, one to allow the advertising and another to establish a committee to regulate the process. in all of the testimony, not one person was opposed. >> when i first heard about the bill i thought i
whichs leaders of the united states, united kingdom, france, germany, russia, italy, japan, and canada. they meet yearly to discuss issues of common concern. dr. i.m. vesler tell me that they have trofocussed previously on security and the environment. >> why should we care about what happens those couple of days? >> the thing that is going to hover over the summit will be the weakness of the global recovery in the wake of the great recession. >> reporter: the policies the leaders debate trickle down to everyday things we all face, like gas prices, the cost of goods and how much your money is worth. >> the best we can hope out of all of this is the possibility are more trade and more jobs. >> that's the hope out of this. get more economic trade, and more commerce. >> reporter: as host of this year's summit, president obama moved it from his home town of chicago to maryland's camp david. >> it probably was a very good idea to move this meeting to a place where these people can actually get together and talk and not have to worry about going out immediately after the meeting and having t
thing. what she's saying about the united states security. >>> a baltimore school turns into a crime scene. what police are saying about a teen murdered near the campus. >>> 3,000 americans murdered. i'm alex demetrick. coming up, the mastermind behind 9/11, now faces his own possible death sentence, as eyewitness news continues. >>> possible storms on the way. how the weather will impact your weekend. don't police the updated first warning weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,, what makes the sleep number store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you want a firm bed you can lie on one of those." we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. oh, wow! that feels really good. it's about support where you find it most comfortable. to celebrate 25 years of better sleep, for both of you sleep number introduces the silver edition bed set, at savings of $1,000 for a limited time. only at the sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699. you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies
to take the first amendment arguments to the united states supreme court. >>> two men are behind bars after a police pursuit through southwest baltimore. the men stole an s.u.v. then lost control. they tried to flee on foot after the crash but were later arrested. >>> today johns hopkins will begin training dozens of secret service agents in the wake of growing prostitution scandal. kai jackson has more on the role the university will play. >> reporter: the sex scandal now has a baltimore connection. johns hopkins will teach agents a two-day course in ethics. >> i believe that director sullivan wants to keep the conversation out there in the public. >> reporter: a number of agents are accused of hiring prostitutes in columbia prior to a visit in south america by president barack obama. the scandal forced some agents to resign. >> it's a stunning thing. it's actually disgusting. >> reporter: do you know if any of the agents involved or accused came through your class? >> i do but i would rather not say more about that. >> reporter: he is an assistant professor of the applied doctor of
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